Just a few months in his role as CEO of Tabreed, Bader Saeed Al Lamki is very optimistic about the future of district cooling in the Middle East. He speaks to UME about his expansion plans in and outside the region and how Tabreed is leveraging advancements in technology to ramp up efficiency levels across its district cooling plants
The summit brought together international stakeholders from the public and private sectors under the theme ‘A Race We Can Win. A Race We Must Win’ to discuss means of accelerating actions to implement the Paris Agreement on Climate Change by focusing on energy transition, climate finance and carbon pricing, industry transition, nature-based solutions, infrastructure, cities and local action, resilience and adaptation
With over 20 years of successful regional experience, Tabreed has pioneered district cooling in the UAE and across the GCC, successfully delivering a number of iconic projects that have set the standard for the industry. In April, Tabreed appointed Bader Saeed Al Lamki as its new CEO. He speaks to Utilities Middle East about his plans to advance the company to greater heights.
The rising support from the governments in GCC countries is driving the global district cooling market, according to a published report by Fortune Business Insights, titled, "District Cooling Market: Global Market Analysis, Insights, and Forecast, 2018-2026."
Tabreed first district cooling company in the region to receive ISO 50001:2018 certification
Rapid urbanization along with ongoing construction developments across government projects in prominent cities of Saudi Arabia including Mecca and Riyadh will accelerate penetration
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